Early Christian Spirituality

HIST 0545 (3)

Spirituality, seen as integration and peace in life, surged into popularity in the West in the late 20th century. Offers a fresh perspective on a cultural obsession. It focuses on the foundational period of Christian life, thought and practice extending from New Testament times to approximately 750 AD. Throughout this period, Christians struggled with the question, “How does one approach God?”. The answers they came up with shaped the story of the church and have proven to be challenging and stimulating into the present. Same as SPIR 0545.
Course Code: HIST 0545 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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